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Initiated in 1998 by Jedi Mind Tricks front-man Vinnie Paz as homage to the incredible rap crews of the 80’s and early 90’s, the Army of the Pharaohs has, from its outset, been an ever-evolving collective of celebrated emcees from the indie hip-hop scene. Founding members Vinnie Paz and Esoteric were featured on the crew’s original 12-inch single, “Five Perfect Exertions,” in 1998 and remain with the crew today. With the release of their debut studio album, The Torture Papers in 2006, the Pharaoh clique expanded to include accomplished solo emcees Apathy, Celph Titled, King Syze, Reef the Lost Cauze, and the Philly hip-hop duo and frequent Jedi Mind Tricks collaborators Outerspace.

In its nearly two decades, AOTP has released three studio albums alongside countless solo albums and side projects from its lineup of emcees that have been some of the most critically-acclaimed and best-selling indie hip hop records of the past 20-years. With the release of their newest effort, In Death Reborn, the Army returns after a four-year hiatus to release its fourth group album featuring the lead single/video for “God Particle” featuring Vinnie Paz, Planetary, Esoteric, Apathy & Celph Titled and produced by Stu Bangas. The album also features appearances by Blacastan, Zilla, Block McCloud, Demoz, Doap Nixon & King Magnetic.

Army of the Pharaohs In Death Reborn drops April 22, 2014 on Enemy Soil.

Tracklisting and Credits for Army Of The Pharaohs “In Death Reborn”

1.) “Curse of the Pharaohs” f/ Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Celph Titled, Esoteric & Reef the Lost Cauze (produced by Blastah Beatz)
2.) “Midnight Burial” f/ Reef the Lost Cauze, Crypt the Warchild, Esoteric, Des Devious & Celph Titled (produced by C-Lance)
3.) “Broken Safeties” f/ Apathy, Lawrence Arnell, Vinnie Paz & Celph Titled (produced by Vanderslice)
4.) “God Particle” f/ Vinnie Paz, Planetary, Esoteric, Apathy & Celph Titled (produced by Stu Bangas)
5.) “Luxor Temple” f/ Blacastan, Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Esoteric, Celph Titled & Planetary (produced by Paul Nice)
6.) “Azrael” f/ Block McCloud, Reef the Lost Cauze, Vinnie Paz & Crypt the Warchild (produced by Frank Grimes)
7.) “The Demon’s Blade” f/ Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Apathy, Blacastan, Planetary & Esoteric (produced by Leaf Dog)
8.) “See You In Hell” f/ Celph Titled, Planetary, Blacastan & Vinnie Paz (produced by C-Lance)
9.) “Headless Ritual” f/ Blacastan, Apathy, Vinnie Paz, King Syze, Zilla & Planetary (produced by Apathy)
10.) “Visual Camouflage” f/ Apathy, Zilla, Vinnie Paz, King Magnetic, Celph Titled, Esoteric (produced by Juan Muteniac)
11.) “Ninkyo Dantai” (Yakuza) f/ Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Blacastan, Apathy, Esoteric & Planetary (produced by Panik)
12.) “Digital War” f/ Celph Titled, Planetary, Blacastan, Esoteric, Apathy, Crypt the Warchild & Vinnie Paz (produced by Lecs Beats)
13.) “7th Ghost” f/ Reef the Lost Cauze, Doap Nixon, Blacastan, Demoz & Vinnie Paz (produced by Grim Reaperz)
14.) “Sumerians” f/ Vinnie Paz, Blacastan, Apathy, Celph Titled, Esoteric (produced by Frank Grimes)

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5 Responses to "Army Of The Pharoahs – “In Death Reborn” Cover Art Revealed"
  • da commanda says:

    No Jus Allah this go round, huh? Ok, break the story HHS…Is JMT on the outs again??

  • derek says:

    Without Stoupe, there is no JMT for me. This album will live or die by the production. The last couple from this collective was less than stellar.

  • Dayz says:

    I have grown fatigued with Stu Bangas and Vanderslice’s production. They made a few hot beats but they now all kind of run together and sound the same, much like the Snowgoons. None of the production is bad, it all “bangs” but it is boring now. While I am a huge fan of ATOP as a group and more so the artists solo but agreed the last couple LPs got tossed in the crates after a couple spins. I will still be purchasing this as a loyal fan I just hope they stepped it up a bit.

  • Dayz says:

    And agreed without Stoupe there is no JMT. Any LP with that name without him should be re-cataloged as a Vinnie Paz solo LP which may or may not feature Jus Allah. Please Vinnie bury the name if the product isn’t produced by Stoupe.

  • Funkdoctor says:

    Stoupe is still incredibly dope, wish he still made hip hop. While I like vinnie, eso, apathy, celph titled, their last few joints have been pretty ass. Like the man myth said, this one all depends on production. I get bored with stu bangas, vanderslice, and Stoupe wannabe C-lance, hope the production is on point on this, cuz besides reef and planetary. The rest of the mc’s are pretty dope.

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